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Jane Austen Spinoffs and Sequels

Updated: April 3, 2018

Stories inspired by the works and characters of Jane Austen.

Aylmer, Janet.
Call Number: Ed.a
Darcy's perspective on Pride and Prejudice.

Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.
Call Number: Ed.e
A big influence on Jane, this is Burney's first and most popular novel about the heroine's social debut into fashionable society during the late eighteenth century.

Fowler, Karen Joy.
A California book club uses the Austen books to open up about their own lives.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817.
Call Number: 823 A933A-5 1997
Jane Austen was a faithful correspondent. This collection of letters were penned mostly to her sister Cassandra over a twenty year period. They contain observances and witticisms you would expect from Miss Austen.

Dawkins, Jane, 1945-
Elizabeth writes letters regarding her first year as mistress of Pemberley.

Potter, Alexandra.
A bookseller meets a phantom Darcy on a Regency literature tour.

Halstead, Helen, 1950-
A sequel to Pride and Prejudice.

Berdoll, Linda.
Married life for the Darcys is presented in this sequel.

Aston, Elizabeth.
The search for a husband passes on to the Darcys's female offspring.

Grange, Amanda.
Grange presents Darcy's side of the story.

Grahame-Smith, Seth.
Miss Bennet battles zombies despite the distractions of Mr. Darcy.

Bebris, Carrie.
Call Number: M
The first in a mystery series feature the Darcys as detectives.

Another lady.
Call Number: Ed.c
At the time of her death at the age of forty-one, Jane left behind an eleven-chapter fragment about the efforts of a fine family to raise a small, seaside town to social prominence. The story was lovingly completed by "another lady."